Royal Navy Seen Testing Out ‘Iron Man’ Style Jet Packs

Jesse Williams

By Jesse Williams

Jesse Williams

6 May 2021

With Marvel releasing their Phase 4 movie release dates the Royal Navy its seems has take particular inspiration from one marvel superhero of old with footage of them testing out ‘Ironman’ like jet packs.

Made by Gravity Industries, footage was shared of the jetpacks in action during a Royal Marines trial. رهان كرة القدم Marines used Gravity Industries’ Jet Suit to conduct a “visit, board, search, and seizure” operation or VBSS flying from a fast boat tailing the HMS Tamar over the sea.

In a statement, Gravity Industries said it will “provide extremely rapid access to any part of the target vessel, instantly freeing up hands to bear a weapon, and even retaining the capability to relocate on target or self-exfiltrate. bet365 arab

The company added: “This is increasingly seen as a revolution in tactical capability for many special forces and has much broader application beyond Maritime boarding.”

The Royal Navy called it “undoubtedly impressive” but made clear that no official decision on whether the military will purchase it or not had been made.

Gravity Industries tech hasn’t only been admired by it’s domestic military with the Dutch Maritime Special Operations Force (SOF) also putting the suit through its paces. 888 كازينو

In other weapons tech news check out this story on the freaky terminator like NYPD robot dog or how the US Airforce is pioneering its own wolverine like super soldier project.